Complainant’s Reply

Marginal note:Content and time limit

 In relation to an application for an order respecting a remedy, the complainant may file a reply that sets out the arguments that he or she intends to make in rebuttal to facts or issues that were raised in another party’s statement of particulars. The reply must be filed within 65 days after the date of the registrar’s notice under Rule 6.

Supplementary Statement of Particulars

Marginal note:Content and time limit

 Within 20 days after the day on which they are served with a statement of particulars, a party may file a supplementary statement of particulars that sets out any facts or issues that were not raised in their statement of particulars and that are necessary to address those raised in another party’s statement of particulars.

Expert Reports

Marginal note:Content

 A party that intends to call an expert witness at the hearing must file a report prepared for them by the expert. The report must be signed and dated by the expert and include

  • (a) a summary of the expert’s opinion;

  • (b) a statement of the expert’s professional qualifications; and

  • (c) the expert’s business address.

Marginal note:Time limits — remedy applications

 In relation to an application for an order respecting a remedy, a party must file the expert’s report

  • (a) in the case of the Commissioner, at least 60 days before the day on which the hearing begins;

  • (b) in the case of the complainant, at least 40 days before the day on which the hearing begins; and

  • (c) in the case of any other party, at least 20 days before the day on which the hearing begins.

Marginal note:Time limits — disciplinary action applications

 In relation to an application for an order respecting disciplinary action, a party must file the expert’s report

  • (a) in the case of the Commissioner, at least 60 days before the day on which the hearing begins;

  • (b) in the case of the person designated by the Tribunal under subsection 21.5(5) of the Act, at least 40 days before the day on which the hearing begins; and

  • (c) in the case of the person against whom the disciplinary action would be taken, at least 20 days before the day on which the hearing begins.

Book of Authorities

Marginal note:Content
  •  (1) A party or interested person that intends to refer to statutory or regulatory provisions, case law or other authorities in a hearing must reproduce those materials in a book of authorities and highlight the relevant passages.

  • Marginal note:Reproduction of federal law

    (2) Federal statutory and regulatory provisions must be reproduced in both official languages.

  • Marginal note:Filing

    (3) The book of authorities must be filed at least 15 days before the day on which the hearing begins.